Keep stacks of dirty dishes to a minimum with this GE Profile built-in dishwasher. The Piranha hard food disposal system prevents clogs and keeps food particles off of your dishes, while the high-temperature rinse function sanitizes dishes to kill most of bacteria. This GE Profile built-in dishwasher boasts five wash cycles and automatic temperature control for consistent, reliable results.
Dry Boost with Fan Assist
Use the sophisticated drying technology to get hard-to-dry items such as plastic tumblers up to three times drier than other heated cycles can.
Deep-clean silverware jets
No matter how you load your silverware basket, powerful jets blast away stuck-on food for silverware that's always spotless.
Clean hard-to-reach areas inside tall items with up to 4 dedicated jets integrated into the upper rack that shower water deep inside for the ultimate clean.
Now there's a place for miscellaneous items and gadgets, owing to an additional rack at the top of the dishwasher, which is ideal for plastic lids, pizza slicers and more.
Steam and Sani
Loosens tough soils before any cycle, virtually eliminating the need for soaking or prerinsing dishes. Plus, a high-temperature rinse sanitizes and reduces most of bacteria found on dishes.
Piranha hard food disposer
To ensure consistently clean items, this stainless steel blade rotates at 3600 rpm to pulverize food particles, and helps prevent large particles from clogging the wash arms.
Lower rack multiposition, fold-down tines
Configure racks to fit your dishes with adjustable loading options, including multiposition, fold-down tines.
Adjustable full-extension smooth-glide upper rack
Loading and unloading is smooth and simple with a durable rack that fully extends on 48 ball bearings.
16 place settings
Extra capacity to ensure easy cleanup from your largest gatherings.
Ultraquiet operation creates a peaceful kitchen environment, even as it delivers powerful wash performance.
Dishwasher hookup kit is sold separately and is not included
GE Profile Series Top Control Built-In Dishwasher with Stainless Steel Tub, 3rd Rack, 45dBA
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Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Refurbished GE dishwasher sold as a new one!
I have purchased a new GE dishwasher from Best Buy online (+$900). The home delivery was quick, and smooth, delivery crew dropped big box in my kitchen and left, all took about 5 min. I was wondering why they didn’t ask me to sign any papers, but since my name and address ware on a sticker, I didn’t ask. When I opened the box, the dishwasher looked great, protective foil at the front, on the panel, and lots of protective tapes, like on every new appliance. But when I opened the dishwasher …. Surprise…. Inside looks like the dishwasher was used for some time, scratches on the walls along the baskets’ wheels, stains, wear off seals, and dirty water inside the filter. When I removed the insulation fabric, which surprisingly just loosely lay on the dishwasher, I found out that someone was trying to fix leaking chamber, there was a lots of freshly applied sealant on all seams, the sealant job looks very sloppy. Best Buy sold me a refurbished appliance as a new one! It is a disaster! Very disappointed!
We’ve had this dishwasher one year now and it has had problems with the fan, leaking, and now the top was arm came off. We had a repair person out and they showed us it was put together with pieces of stainless steel tub parts, not one piece like it is suppose to be. Where they used epoxy to seal the pieces together is cracking. Pass on this dishwasher, GE’s quality is terrible. We are no fighting to get this dishwasher replaced or refunded. Good luck everybody!
Perfect dishwasher.... it cleans dishes very well. The jets for bottles/cups are a super convenient. The extra top rack is perfect for small things that would otherwise fall through the regular rack. The controls are on the top of the door when you open it so they are not in view when the door is closed. It's fingerprint resistant and perfect for a family with small children. Overall a great dishwasher.
The dishwasher did not come with all its parts missing glass holder and no instructions. Called got hung up on twice while geek squad was scheduling a new dishwasher told me they would call back but didn’t. I won’t buy anything else from Best Buy, the scratched my new wood floor putting the dishwasher in and broke a piece off my storm door when putting it back on. Best Buy no thank you!
Got this to replace an LG dishwasher in December of 2019, so while I'm glad that we got the failed before the pandemic hit us like a ton of bricks and we'd be home all the time with the kids and thus more dishes, I and am constantly reminded that this is an inferior appliance. If anything, I'll say that the dishwasher gets 0 stars and that the 1 star is in favor of the Best Buy rep working to get this appliance delivered as a previous dishwasher model was being delayed by manufacturing delays for a couple months and hadn't shipped (despite being "ready for delivery" 3 separate times, but that's a different issue).
Physically, the door has begun to lean forward too far so the bottom tray no longer rolls out easily, and I'm not sure if this is a failure of the hinges or the open/close assist mechanism. Also, the plastic chrome trim on the left top of the control panel popped off and will not stay in place; attempts to re-secure it have failed. Finally, there was an issue with the install: the rubber seal on the right wasn't seated correctly and ended up being pinched by the door, which eventually lead to a leak. Had to use nails to secure the outside to the cabinet to keep it from folding back in and that side of the seal just needs to be replaced.
To start the cleaning cycle, the door needs to be closed just-right; if you don't, it angrily beeps at you and you need to open the door, cancel the cycle and restart. This happens about every-other run of the dishwasher. The touch buttons don't always seem to accept input either, and my wife has issues sometimes getting it to register her fingers.
In regards to cleaning, this dishwasher fails to clean dishes as well as the LG did; the dishwasher detergent and the dirtiness of the dishes being loaded hasn't changed. We're regularly having to hand clean a dish or two our of every load, and the larger casserole dishes (9x9, 13x9, or 8-in round) never come out clean. Aside from cleaning being an issue it doesn't seem to dry dishes as well as the LG either; the drying rack needs to be empty when the dishwasher is being emptied as there will be plenty of items that need to air dry.
LG had the entire bottom rack able to fold down, but the half of the bottom tray that can fold down on this is the one for the plates; it should be the completely straight side so you can place a large dish face down next to the plates. Then again, it probably won't clean the large dish (see above). Also, the LG had part of the top rack able to fold down and this didn't. In fact, I don't recall very many of the models available having this functionality.
Hello, thank you for your review. We are sincerely sorry that your dishwasher is not cleaning your dishes properly and that the seal is not keeping water from leaking out. We understand how that would be frustrating, especially with children and the pandemic that has affected us all, and would love to look into this further as this is not the ownership experience we strive for. If you haven't done so already, we recommend you schedule service with us by calling 1-800-GECares (1-800-432-2737) Monday – Friday: 7 a.m. – 10 p.m. ET or Saturday – Sunday: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. ET or by visiting the "Schedule Service" link under the "Owner Support" tab on our website. Additionally, we have passed your comments along to our dishwasher design and development team for future consideration and improvement. -Chris@GEA
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
I just replaced a previously purchased dishwasher with this model, and I must say so far, I am pleased with the exchange. This model is much better than the other one and working very well right now.
I like that this machine is quiet; we barely notice it when operating. It looks nice and I like that it does not have a handle protruding from its face. I don’t necessarily like the top shelf for flatware. It takes away space from the rack holding glassware making it difficult to wash taller drinking glasses even when the rack is adjusted lower.
Within 2 weeks of installing the upper spinning arm broke off and needed to be replaced. Tech support was great and got a replacement out in a timely manner (Delay in shipping by delivery service). Cleans everything very good. I am glad I chose to go with the hidden handle when replacing our previous GE dishwasher. Lower basket doesn't seem to be as hearty as the one we replaced.
The wheels have popped off a couple times but easily snap back on. Over all I am happy with this item.
A:AnswerHi guyinstilwellks - The amount of water used in our dishwashers has been significantly lowered over the years. Changes have been made to continually make the dishwashers more efficient. Different models vary in the number of gallons used in the different cycles. Water usage on this model varies from 2.4 gallons to 6.6 gallons. Water usage will vary based on turbidity (soil level), including when the upper/lower Wash Zones are used. Dishwashers must be connected to hot water line only. Generally, the entering water in a dishwasher should be at least 120°F. This model has Automatic Hot Start. Water coming into the dishwasher may be as low as 95 degrees F and this feature will help raise the temperature to the required 120 degrees F. If the incoming water temperature is too low, the Auto Hot Start feature may add up to 25 minutes of additional time. We hope this is helpful. Thanks for considering GE Profile! Keep in touch at geappliances.com. Sue
A:AnswerHi there, we appreciate you reaching out to us. We're sorry you're having a difficult time loading your washer. This is never what we want to hear so we can imagine your frustration. We do have some loading tips located on our YouTube page at GE Appliances. We suggest searching "Dishwasher Loading Tips" to find these and we hope that helps. All the best. - Guy@GEA